MOESM4 of A comparative assessment of adult mosquito trapping methods to estimate spatial patterns of abundance and community composition in southern Africa

Additional file 4: Table S6. Descriptive results comparing species-specific shifts in mosquito communities collected in the net and CDC trap. Species more commonly collected in a trap are listed if 5 more were collected in that trap after all sampling days at the site. Figure S1. The apparent richness (number of unique species) and diversity for sites within each region. Figure S2. Non-metric multidimensional scaling ordinations of trap differences in mosquito communities in Malelane, Satara, Shingwedzi and Punda Maria. Figure S3. Species-specific trap preferences for the net vs CDC trap difference based on rare species not displayed in Fig. 3. Dots represent the difference in the number of mosquitoes collected in the net vs the CDC trap based on the total number of mosquitoes sampled across nights at each site. Figure S4. The net trap and the CDC trap caught higher numbers of mosquitoes (Fig. 3) and this pattern was not driven by any species or genus-specific trap bias (left figures) but by variation in the total number of the species collected (right figures). Figure S5. Dendrogram of species composition based on Bray-Curtis dissimilarity and the hierarchical clustering algorithm.